Workwear
Interesting facts

Первые застежки, напоминавшие пуговицы, появились примерно в 3-м тысячелетии до нашей эры. На раскопках в долине Инда найдена самая настоящая пуговица с двумя дырочками для пришивания. В Европе первые пуговицы появились в 4-м веке до н.э. у греческих воинов. Видимо, возникла нужда в чем-то, чем можно было (кроме булавок) скреплять части одежды. Среди археологических находок древне-
греческого искусства с 4 века до н.э. по 1 век н.э. попадаются пуговицы из золота.


Protection against low temperature

WINTER SUIT "MUSSON"

Jacket:

  • Central edge zipper бортовая with external windproof lap
  • Detachable hood eyelet through
  • Detachable zipper through insulant with the sleeves with the woven wristlers


Bib
& Brace:

  • Central zipper
  • Volume mobile pocket on the contact band  
  • Leg seams zipper on the trousers bottom
  • Stitched warming lining

 

 

WINTER COVERALL “ERMAK”

Boilersuit:

  • Central zipper and windproof placket across the contact band
  • Open collar and detachable hood with the regulator of depth and face line  
  • Sleeves with ruffles and elastic band
  • Flaps on the fronts and back with eyelets
  • Slash breast and side pockets zip through with the bar – laps
  • Elastic band across the waist line
  • Zippers across the bottom of trousers side seams
  • Intensive leg seams’ pads

Articles:
The purpose of high – visibility clothing

The purpose of high – visibility clothing is signification of people’s presence in the conditions of low visibility. For example, during the road renovation, the road workers in the high – visibility clothing are noticeable from a distance and will not be the victims of inattentive driver. Especially actual is the use of high – visibility clothing in the night – time, during the rain and fog. According to the rules of work safety for such clothing the drivers of town transport, workers of road – maintenance, housing and public utilities, employees of The Federal Authority for Road Traffic Safety must be equipped with such clothing.